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HS Football: Week 9 final scores, coverage recap

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Carlisle's Malik Miller, center, comes up with a fumble recovery during the second quarter in a Mid-Penn Commonwealth game against Altoona Friday night at Ken Millen Stadium.

Carlisle takes the field before its 56-20 win over Altoona to stay in the playoff hunt.

With their regular-season window closing and pressure mounting for teams on the District 3 playoff bubble, high school football teams took to the field for Week 9 looking for a stabilizing, or in some cases, a signature, win.

Carlisle pulled away from Altoona to stay in the Class 6A playoff hunt.

Shippensburg remained unbeaten against a game East Pennsboro squad.

Big Spring scored a big win over the previously unbeaten state Class A champions, and Boiling Springs continued to roll in its pursuit of a capital-division title.

Here are the final scores from Friday's games with links to The Sentinel's coverage.

Mid-Penn Commonwealth


Carlisle 56, Altoona 20 | game story | photo gallery

Cumberland Valley 23, Chambersburg 14 

Mid-Penn Keystone

Cedar Cliff 45, Milton Hershey 33 

Bishop McDevitt 56, Red Land 14 

Mid-Penn Colonial

Shippensburg 21, East Pennsboro 6 

Waynesboro 21, Mechanicsburg 20 

Northern 35, Susquehanna Township 0 

Mid-Penn Capital

Big Spring 49, Steelton-Highspire 14 | photo gallery

Boiling Springs 47, Camp Hill 14 | game story

Middletown 41, Trinity 6


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